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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1891)
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Islbe Best LAUNDFwSoAPiijtlje vorld
wid I use it in aJI my vMirtf &nd cleaning""
HADtoNLvBy all Grocers kkp it
Fr.4jr,NoV. 13, lti.
fcuusred at the l'oat Ottlce In Ketl cloud, Neb.,
as mail matter of the arcoix! class
In Alum PolsenoHii!
Hall's Journal of Health.
"Tl liquation has caused
deal of discussion.
Fort Abstract Co., Ked Cloud,
L. II. FORT, Manager.
AIt jnmM of Vlttea
Famished to all Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOriCE.
navinK had ten years experience In county reconls and one of the most complete set of Ab
stract books In the state, we guarantee satisfaction. Yonr favors solicited
All orders filled promptly. 10.000 dollar bond tiled
j nd approved. Address or call on ,
L. II. FOIIT Manager, Red Cloud, Neb.
THE TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any yard in the world
Mr. A. N. Patmor, a Nebraska sub
scriber, wished to be posted about
roots beets 10 particular, lie wished
to know whether tbey could be safely
Etored in large masses in one heap,
without danger of heating as he says
turnips will. Ho says Nebraska is
the natural home of the beet, and
that he can pay interest on land, seed,
cultivate and harvest them for $1.00
Knowing that Mr. A. X. Hyatt is
Professor of roots, we asked him to
make answer to Mr. Patmor, which he
has kindly done as follows:
Ed. Hoard's Dairyman: Beets can
be stored in large quantities, provided
always that they arc not frosted too
I have filled a barn cellar 30x23x8
and they have kept good. They must
have ample ventilation above.
Mine were not all beets, but were
mangolds mixed all through. There
is no doubt that all beets would keep
I have fed . my large cows CO
pounds of mixed root? a day, often.
Commence with light rations and in
crease gradually, and use your judg
ment when you should no longor in
crease. 'Circumstances always alter
For the best results a mixed ration
of grain and roots is the thing.
Beets growing m the ground, like
those sent out by the Experiment
Station, will stand more frost than
beets or mangolds, that are largely
above qround, when growing. Feed
after being stored awhile.
Were 1 25 years old instead. well
no matter what, I would try to turn
up (turnip) in a way that my brother
dairymen would say that beats (beets)
all. A, X. Hyatt.
Alum is used bv
many bakers to whiten their bread en
abling them to use an inferior Sour.
It is mest extensively employed as a
cheap substitute for cream of tartar
in the manufacture of baking powders.
It has not been considered immediate
ly dangerous; although if continued
it induces dyspepsia and obstinate
constipation. But the fact that many
cases of poisoning have occured from
the use of alum, puts the question in
a more serious aspect, and prudent
people will exercise caution in the se
lection of baking powder?."
"Under what conditions then, docs
this substanc? formerly used only
for mechanical oi medicinal purposes
become poisonoub? They are certain
ly obscure, and at present we can sur
mise what they may be. We suspect
that the cause exists in the individual
poisoned; some peculiarity of the cou
ntitution producing a morbid change
in the secretion of the stomach, with
which the alum combines, forms an ac
tive poison; or the secretions may be
healthy but in unusual proportions,
and that these less or greater propor
tions in combination with the alum
constitutes a poison."
"For example, two parts of mercury
and two parts of chlorine form calo
mel, which is not poisonous, but
change the proportions to one part
mercury and two parts chlorine, and
we have corrosive sublimate, wheh is
a deadly poison.
Cash grocery House
Best Coods Only
Come and see me.
T. C. HACKEE
The Cash Grocer.
Report of school in district No. 10;
Webster county, Neb., for month end
ing Nov. 6, 1801.
Jo. scholars enrolled zl, average
attendance, 18. pupils not absent
during the month. Nellie Taught,
Emily Topham, Pick Chrisman, Lillie
Watt. Dannie Pickcrson, Hallic
Taught, Clarcnco Taught.
Pupils not tardy. Nora Jolnson,
Zoa Eraser, Claud Johnson, Millie
Stickley, Johnnie McCollie, May Stick
ley. Willio Topham, Carl Johnson,
Nelson King, Mattie Doyle, Cloyd
Tauht. Svlvesteii Fiiisme,
Read! Read! Read!
HAS PHKUllASKD THE
Or Conovcr uml Dickcnon, and i now prepared to ell anything
In liiM line and at the Very Lowet Figure for cash
Nothing but the best goods kept. Call an -1
see me when yon want anything
in my line
EL B. Spanoge,
and Loan Age
Dissolut'on of partnership. Ilic partueiMiip
heretofore existing lietwccn John V. Moore and
I.. C. and A. D. Uilborl, In tint ranch near
Cowles, Nehr., in buying, fet'din a-l farniiiitr,
has been dissolved by mutual consent. John F.
Siooro retiring from the eo-paitner.Nhip, I.. C.
and A. 1). Cilburt assuming all debts of tlie
linn, they holding all propertv and accounts
belonging to the linn of Moore & Cilbeit.
I.. U. Gilbert.
1G-3 A. I). Gilbert.
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has taken up on his prem
ises, on the southwest quarter of sec.
31, town 2, range 11, west, three head
of calves described as follows to-wit.
One heifer calf, black with white
.spots, one heifer calf white with black
spots, one spotted bull calf. Those
interested will take notice that if
stoek is not claimed and expenses
paid I shall proceed according to law.
sll'-ot W. J. Cozad.
Coughed Up a Snake.
The annexed article taken from the
Oregon (Wis.) Observer, iu relation to
Conductor Charley White, will be of
interest to Red Cloud people inasmuch
as the subject of this sketch, is an
own cousin to Mrs. Capt Munsell.
He is also known among the old sol
dier boya as sergant of Co. 1J 11th
One of the best known St. Paul
railway conductors is Charley White,
who used to run from Madison to
Prairie du Chicn. Hence the follow
ing from the Milwaukee Journal will
be of interest.
An extraordinary incident happened
in the life of Charles White, tho vet
eran St. Paul railway conductor this
morning. For a long timo he has
been in bad health, complaining of
stomach troubles, and for several
months his friends feared that nothing
would cure him.
This morning, a short time before
he was to take his train from Water
town to Milwaukee, he was seized with
a severe attack of coughing and vom
iting, accompanied by violent cramps
in the stomach. Slime and foam
poured from his mouth and at last,
after an unusal severe piroxism cf
vomiting, his stomach ejected a hid
eous snake, about fifteen inches long,
that squirmed and wriggled on the
floor. It was promptly killed and
afterwards placed in a bottle. As
soon as the stomach was relieved of
its horrible tenant Mr. White felt
better, and was able to come to town
bringing the reptile with him to sub
mit to the judgment of the medical
ulr. White has never felt well since
he came out of the at my at the close
of the war, and each year has added
to his stomach troubles, so that he
has not eaten any solid food for a
long time, any attempt to cat meat
being followed by violent vomiting.
The snake seems to be the common
green variety known as garter shakes
and the probability is that he swallow
ed it when it was very small and
when he was a soldier drinking out of
a southern spriag or caeck.
"Then ajrain we know nothing of
the constitutional peculiarities. Why
is it that one person can cat all kinds
of green fruit and vegetables with im
punity, while the same coure might
cost another individual his life? Ouc
person can handle poison ivy and su
mac without being in the least affect
ed; another is poisoned if he ap
proaches to within ten feet of thorn.
Out of a family residing in a malarial
district, some of the members will
suffer half the .year with fever and
ague, while the others will enjoy ex
cellent health during the entire year.
This is especially true of some kinds of
fish. There is no safety in taking
alum into the stomach, as it is shown
to be always injurious, and often dang
The Scientific American pub
lished in a recent number
a list of alum and ammonia
baking powders, which is of great val
ue at this time. Following i the list
compiled from official rcroits. Pow
ders marked with a star scum to have
a general sale, as they arc mentioned
in at least two of tho offi lial reports:
Atlantic it Pacttic. iioal
School supplies at Devon.
Mrs. Hcffiebcwcr is quite ick.
A. N. Patmor, U on the sick lit.
A new stock of lamps at Cotiings
condition powders, a larKO variety
Attorney McXcny, was in Lincoln,
Mr. Charley Colmsn, ha icturncd
Do you want a nice hanging !. nip?
Go to Cotting?.
The Olt? Lady Moon, died on d
Use Diamond ink;. The, are the
best, at Cuttings.
S. K. Premie, of Liavale, wj in
Lincoln this week.
Miss P 1). Yeiacr, his purchased a
fine upright piano.
The Ked Cloud mill?, wiil open next
week for business.
W. G. Smith, of Beatrice, was in
Red Cloud, this week.
A. U. HckeT, of Lincoln, was in
the Gite City, this week.
A few flakes of the "beautiful"
fell on Thursday evening.
M. W. Dickcrson, is quite sick, but
we hope he may soon recover.
Ladies', gent's and children's un
derware. R. M. Martin & Son.
A lamp giving a light of 00 candle
power for only $2.50, at Cottings.
The Kp worth League, held a -ocial
Tuesday evening, in Cotting's hall.
Uloaks, all styls and prices just
arrived. R. M. Martin & Son.
Head The Chief carefully and then
go and trade with those who advertise
The Chief for all kinds of iob
work. Best goods, and lowest prices
Go to the Chicago store for your
clothing. They have the best in the
J. L. Miller the harness man has at
full line of rubber and leather belting
The young folks had a very nice
ball at the eating house on Thuc.day
There will be a 10 cent supper at
Mr. and Mrs. Spokoficld's Friday
Nice new goods just received a
F.V.Taylor's, remember his price
arc the lowest.
- Oi -
.'Farmers'' Notice This
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TAKEN :-: IN :-: KXCUANA
FOR :-: (UKMS
S. F. SPOKESFIEtB.
tRed Cloud, Nebraska, and Higher tlmkat
Price Paid !
The sudden chance in
dealers to wear
Gastoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Karcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach,
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Cafltori Is an excellent medicine for chil
fees. Mothers have repeatedly told me cf Its
good effect upon tbeir childrea."
Da. G. C. Osoood,
" Castoria to tho best remedy for children of
UchIaaacqolatcd I hope the day is not
far diataat when motJaew will consider the real
Merest of their children, and use Castoria in
atead of the varioaaqaadenoetnaaa which aro
ajgtroyfa their kmdoBs,byforeing opium.
he, ffflHMl'g JTBP sa W1 uuruiu
dowa their throats, thereby sending
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it aa superior to aayj use lint io
known to me." - "
Q. A. Aacfta,X. D.,
111 So. Oxford St, DrookirvK, X.
"Onr physicians in the childm. depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their oatatde practice with Castoria,
and although we only hare among ear
medical supplies what Is knewm as regnUr
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won. as to look '
favor upon IV"
Uxitxd Hoaptru. asm ',
fjaajvpajLy, 1 Jmwn-mj , ntw xnrcuKW.
"Wiener alwajs hits the nail on the
head, and has done it harder when he
m irked out his stock this fall, by put
ting ob low fipsres, and the people arc
Then; arc more women ia British
India, (124,000,000) than there are
men, women and children, in Great
Britain, Fracc, and Germany put to
gether, with the population of several
minor European States east in as
1 It S) M
A Severe Winter
Prof. Foster predicts one of the
most severe winters the country has
ever had, with plenty of snow. If
our farmers have faith in the prophet
it might be well for them to gather
their corn early and prepare plenty of
shedding for stock.
There will be an entertainment,
consisting of a box sapper and exhi
bition, Friday evening, Nov. 20th. for
the benei t of the Bev. MeVey, at the
school house in Dist No. 3. All arc
A. Nerkatt has jsst received a car
load f vattLwir and will sell it
cheap. Csfat right akag.
Theroare, in addition to tho forgoing
lifit from tho Scientific American, a num
ber of such iKiwtlers r.ohl in tho western
that were not found in tho eastern stores.
Following is tho list to date:
CALUMET. - - - Contains Alum.
(Calumet Making l'owdor Co., Chicago.)
FOKEST CITY. - Contains Ammonin
(Youwi Uro., Cleveland.)
CHICAGO YEAST, Contains Ammonia
(Chnpman it Smith Co.. Chicago )
BOX HON, - - Contains Alum.
HOTEL, - Contains Ammonia Alum.
(J. C. Grant Unking Powder Co.,
UNRIVALED, - - Contains Alum.
(Snracues, Warner tt Griswold, Chicago.)
ONE SPOON TAYLOR'S, - Ammonia
(Taylor Mfg. Co., SL Louis.)
YAUNALL'S. - - - Contains Alum.
(Yn'nnll Mfg. Co., St. Louis.)
SHAW'S SNOW PUFF, Contains Alum.
i Merchants' Mfg. Association, St Louis.)
)ODSON t HILS, - Contains Alum.
(Dodson & Hils, St Louis.)
SHEPAlvD'S Contains Ammonia Alum.
(Win. H. Shephard, St Louis.)
BAIN S, contains Alum.
(Meyer-Bain Mfg. co., St Loui6.)
MONAKcH, contains Ammonia Alum.
(Heid, Murdoch it vo., Chicago.)
SNOWBALL, - - - contains Alum.
(Bengal coileo t Spice Mills, Chicago.)
GIANT, - - contains Alum.
MILK, ... contains Alum.
(W. F. McLaughlin it co.. Chicago.)
EcIIO, - - - contains Alum.
(Siencer Bluing Paddlo co., Chicago.)
KALBFELL'S PURITY, Contains
(Kilbfell Mfg. co., .liicago.)
RISING SUN, - contains Ammonia.
(Phoenix chemical Works Chicago.)
WHITE ROSE, - contains Ammonin
(Globe Coflee t Spice Mills, Minneapolis.)
vttjuus acmk, - contains Ammonia.
(Thos. Wood A- co., Philadelphia.)
ANDREWS' PEARL, - contains
(c. E. Andrews it co., Milwaukee.)
HARRIES' FAVORITE, contains .lum.
(H. II. Harries, Minneapolis.)
FIDELITY. - contains .lurn.
SOLvR, ... contains .lum.
(Sherman Bros., Chicago.)
PUTNaM'S BEST - contains .lum.
(Wells Putnam .t co., Chicago.)
ciUi. "i iiuiaN - contains .iuni.
(Noah McDowell. St Paul. Minn.)
TWIN cITY. - con tuns Alum.
(J. K. Ferguson, Minneapolis, Minn.)
HERcULES, - contains Ammonia.
(Hercules Baking Powder co-, San
cLIMaX, - - contains Ammonia,
(climax Baking Powder Co., Indianapolis.)
Miss Outson, one of the teacher?
in the public schoo's of this city has
been quite ill For several days. She
will remain at her home in ll.verton,
has caused the coal
a loud smile.
The Chicago clothing store is never
undersold, rmc clothing a Miccialitv
and prices very low.
The Chicago clothing store hells
tailor made clothing and you can ul
waji jjet a fit there.
Isaac Jordan and family, of Burr
Oak, were visiting with .lo.-eph Knox
and family this week.
(!co. Ross, fell of! of (leo. Bark
er house while repairing a chimney
and hurt his hand quite senouly.
All the new and nobby styles in
jackets will be Found at our store.
It. M. Maiitin iScSo.v,
For sale A new single top buggy.
Will sell for cash, on time, or will
trade lor corn. Enquire oF L H.
Call on T- K. Penman For fine
jewelry watches and clock", silver
ware, specs etc. Cotting's
Go to T. K. Penman For fine
ciock aim jewelry icpairing.
tic letter and
Cotting's drug store.
Turkeys will soon begin getting on
"high horses" as Thanksgiving ap
proaches, and soon will their ouglc
ouglc he silenced in Greece.
Do not fail to call and sec F. V.
Taylor's stock before buying. He
buys by the car this saves freight and
can sell cheaper than anybody.
The contractors have begun work
on the Inavaic bridge and soon
those people in that portion of the
county will have a fine bridge.
Now that winter is coming on it
would be well For people to look care
fully aFtcr their chimneys and s e
that there are now dcFcctive flues,
A salid supper will be served by
the ladies o! the Grace Church, Tues
day, From 0 to 10 o'clock, at the
home of Miss M. Ferris. All arc
Undertaking by F. V. Taylor who
has had yea.s of practical experince
in the scientific care oF the dead and
is better prepared than ever to con
duct the business in all its branches.
Soini Kansaos, were over Wednes
day, and report chunks of ice as Urge
as a wagon box floating down the riv
er. As to whether they were using
tanglefoot at the time depooeth say
Is the city destitute, or arc the offi
ccrs too shirtless to repair the walks.
It is certainly outrageous to allow the
walks to continue in such a condition.
The ofiiccr2ought to have enough
pride in the city to have them repair
ed at once.
The political bosses have already
commenced to tell the people how to
vote in '92. It will be a funny thing
if the cry of the independents is not
eutircly silenced by that time. Good,
honest, hard thinking, sober people
have had enough of the stuff and
now desire to sec'labor and capital
T . . - e
two weeks, and then return to her hannomzcl msteauoi wiacning toe
work. Miss Shcrer, is filling her place. ' breach.
MUFFIN& POT PIES.
CORN BREAD. CAKES.
GRIDDLE CAKES. DOUGHNUTS.
Can always be made with Dr. Price's Creasi Baking
Pcrwdcr. And whilcakes and biscuit -soil retain their moist
ure, they will be found flaky and extremely light and fee
grained, not coarse and full of holes as are the biscuit made
from ammonia baking powder. Price's Cream Baking Pow
der produces work that is beyond comparison and yet coftt
no more than the adulterated ammonia or alma powders.
Dt Pxkrt standi for pmr food and good health.
Yon a larger
Of better made
To select from.
Has a Tailor
In tnc building
1 o order,
My goods .ire all first-class and waiffasvtedi to
Red Cloud National Hank Huildinp.
J. fl. JbEY,
Abstract' -IxCl 1-'C Aden'
Cheap Farm Loans.
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butiaets inUreti. Tut. Cmzr would
like to tee the bssice aen ad dt
lxem get together ad dcn J to
and taeac to cike the citr tooas.
There arc no faction in the city j
Th: othtr rreninr, two of csr
not5 divint were called to a crrtain
rfeden fr the parpoe of joisis:
in tie hov hod of tsatriaecy.
hcartf that deirrd to be l a ea.
eah no: beincarc tax: te otiei
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soni tisa; wre to Ml tWr Irr
eternally, cstit x few n.iaaii Wforr
the time arrived for th erexoy.
(hosaa rice) to ic who wefc! t the
fee, and to one ot u- a i j cf -
of the chareh it aaasitw?. Vit -?
elder thoBh B:rwkt &x i
walled lie ywtrsr thjKizh bj tat
tl&eu sd hd tr e -r-taaay fe:a
ei when ihs oiler so brother ar"
riTed. Up to goi? FrJ ?
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